Printing your digital photos is exciting! There's nothing quite like the feeling of seeing your own photography beautifully printed and on display in your home or office. Although we offer a variety of great products you can print your photos on, we want to focus on the benefits of canvas printing.
Photos framed behind glass or printed on glossy paper can look stunning when displayed in the right space, but in rooms with a lot of light—be it natural or artificial—the shiny finish can cause glare and reflections, getting in the way of the viewer seeing your photo the way it was intended. Canvas prints, on the other hand, have a satin-matte finish making them the perfect medium to display photos in brightly lit rooms.
Canvas prints are classic and timeless, making them a natural fit with all decor styles and winning them a spot as one of the most popular photo gift ideas. The versatility also means that they'll look great in your home for years down the road as your home decorating tastes change.
One of the most appreciated benefits of canvas printing is the affordability. The cost of printing a photo on a large 24”x26” canvas print, for example, is so much more cost-effective than purchasing a piece of art or painting of similar size. Not only that, it's so much more rewarding seeing your own photography displayed at such a grand scale!
Canvas prints are available in so many different sizes, it makes it easy to get the exact look you want, whether that's one single super-sized print or a gallery wall of several smaller prints.
Another great thing about canvas printing is that just about any type of photo you choose to print will look good. Some photo art products have unique characteristics which limit the type of photo you can print on them. Portraits, for example, don't look their best when printed on a Classic Silver Metal Print because the raw, brushed aluminium shows where there are areas in a photo with low saturation. Canvas prints, on the other hand, will make nearly any photo look its best, with the exception of photos where people are very small.